Tag: Life with Dogs

Planning To Buy A Puppy On The Internet? Beware Of Scammers!

Are you planning to purchase a puppy on the internet? Here are a few things to think about before buying that dog on the Internet. According to the Better Business Bureau, aside from reputable breeders, there is widespread fraud involving the sale of purebred puppies and pets for …

How Did The Poodle Become The Canine Symbol For Sexiness?

Have you ever wondered how the Poodle became the canine symbol for sexiness? Just a few years ago,a hilarious Subaru commercial featured a family of dogs driving down a street. The family was composed of a Golden Retriever dad, a Labrador Retriever mom sitting in the passenger seat, and …

Motion Sickness In Dogs

What Is Motion Sickness in Dogs? Motion sickness in dogs can make traveling with your furry friend difficult and messy. However, this condition can easily be remedied, making travel possible again! Motion sickness is illness, such as vomiting, diarrhea or nausea, in a moving vehicle, such as in …

Emergency Situations Involving Dogs

What Are Emergency Situations Involving Dogs Emergency situations involving dogs can be a trying and terrifying time. However, recognizing the signs of an emergency and knowing when to bring your dog to the veterinarian or emergency clinic for care can help save your dog’s life. Taking care to …

Guilty Dogs Are Funny! But Do Dogs Really Feel Guilt?

Do dogs really feel guilt? Or do we just project our own perceptions on those adorable and supposedly guilty faces? Our dogs’ faces sure look guilty when we confront them about a mess, but is guilt what they are really feeling? Chewed shoes and undies, rooms full of …

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency In Dogs

What is Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency in Dogs? Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency in dogs is caused by decreased or lack of exocrine function of the pancreas. However, this seemingly problematic condition can be easily treated. The pancreas is an organ that provides a variety of functions in the body. Most …

Understanding Dog Body Language: 5 Body Parts To Focus

We talk and dogs listen. Unfortunately, that is just the way it is, as dogs have no language to express themselves. However, they try to convey you and get their message across using their body language. With proper understanding the dog body language, owners are better placed to know …

5 Benefits Of Adopting a Mixed Breed Dog

For a true dog lover, a mixed breed puppy is as adorable as a purebred one. Though certain breed-specific traits are absent in a crossbred, a purebred is not the ultimate pet. Effective training and socialization help bridge the gap and bring both on the same pedestal. In …

How Did Pit Bulls Get Their Bad Reputation?

Before being branded as “vicious,” Pit Bulls were known as nanny dogs – dogs who love children dearly. You may wonder: how did Pit Bulls get their bad reputation? Let’s face it, all dog breeds have their bad eggs. President Roosevelt’s Bull Terrier bit off a French ambassador’s …

7 Heart Melting Signs Your Dog Loves You

What are the signs your dog loves you? Dogs don’t express love and affection in exactly the same way humans do, but there is no questioning the fact that your dog loves you! You love your dog and think that your dog loves you back. But how do …

Tips To Prevent Your Dog From Going Missing

The loss of a dog is a nightmare for pet lovers. Nobody wants to experience the stress of searching a lost furry friend, and sleepless nights worrying whether your furry bundle of joy is safe and alive can take a toll on your health. While there are several reasons why and how …